Dispatch #020

The Article By Rosie Katz  I don’t know if Quarantine will ever be over. I don’t know if I want It to be over. I get extremely terrified when I see people. Perhaps one day it will be normal. I’m quiet now. I use to be loud, now I’m hesitant to ask my parents aboutContinue reading “Dispatch #020”

Dispatch #019

ZOOMING WITH STUDENTS By Sofia Scoppettone a kindergarten teacher in Washington DC When I speak to the kids on Zoom I try not to be filled with gloom,  To not think about  How I’m filled with doubt  That I will see them any time soon.  Instead I just try to be there  To be presentContinue reading “Dispatch #019”

Dispatch #018

ESCAPE! By Laura Reyes 9th Grader at Lowell High School, San Francisco, California “Escape!” yells a student from outside our classroom. It was 7th block English when things took a turn. With no knowledge of what was happening on the outside, my whole classroom transformed into a lock-down protocol. Thoughts of a potential intruder roamingContinue reading “Dispatch #018”

Dispatch #015

April 29 2020 CONSCIOUS TEACHER OF A COVID19 WORLD By Nicole Henares None of us were prepared for the announcement during 7th Block on March 5th- A student’s family member had tested positive for COVID19, our school was closed.  That day my students were watching the episode “Hope” from the television show Blackish because they hadContinue reading “Dispatch #015”

Dispatch #014

April 17, 2020 Dear Administrator, I suggested a pass/fail system weeks ago, but did not pursue that path since all of us have been trying to figure out remote teaching. I am also in favor of the Moorestown Friends model. Whichever system we choose, we need to stand by it. Moreover, as a faculty weContinue reading “Dispatch #014”